• Customers can now place orders for all-electric Volkswagen ID. Buzz.

    The ID. Buzz is Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ first all-electric vehicle and features a 77kWh lithium-ion battery, supplying 150kW (204 PS) to a rear-mounted electric motor that develops 310Nm of torque and is capable of an all-electric driving range of up to 258 miles (WLTP)  

    The new ID. Buzz launches with three trim levels: Life, Style, and a 1st Edition. The entry-level Life starts at £57,115 and offers LED headlights, heated windscreen, the Buzz box removable storage, Discover Pro navigation and infotainment with 10” colour touchscreen, and wireless charging. Style, priced from £61,915 adds the ‘IQ. Light’ LED matrix headlights and adaptive interior ambient lighting and tailgate surround lighting.

    The range-topping 1st Edition is priced at £62,995. This specification includes a full range of safety, security and convenience features, including 21” ‘Bromberg’ alloy wheels, Discover Max navigation system with 12” colour touchscreen and comfort seats with memory function

    All ID. Buzz variants feature a digital cockpit and are available with the iconic two-tone paint option. With up to eight USB interfaces, including three USB-C ports for rapid charging supplied as standard, Hello ID. voice control and online functionality via We Connect and We Connect Plus, the ID. Buzz is prepared for the future.

    Customers were able to place a deposit during a pre-booking window in June to secure a priority spot in the order book and these customers will now be invited to spec their car. Order books for the ID. Buzz Cargo van will open next month.

     
  • Hyundai has announced the technical specs of the upcoming Hyundai IONIQ 6.

    A 77.4-kWh battery is mated to an aerodynamically sculpted silhouette to an estimated all-electric range of over 379 miles (WLTP) standard, as well as ultra-fast, 400-V/800-V multi-charging capability made possible by Hyundai Motor Group’s Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

    The IONIQ 6 also has what may be Hyundai’s most aerodynamic styling to date and an array of empowering features, such as Dual Color Ambient Lighting, Speed Sync Lighting, EV Performance Tune-up and Electric Active Sound Design (e-ASD), enhancing the electric mobility experience. With WLTP-estimated energy consumption under 14 kWh/100 km, IONIQ 6 will also be one of the most energy-efficient EVs on the market.

    The Hyundai IONIQ 6 is planned to begin production in the third quarter of 2022. The market launch schedule will be announced later.